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Interpretations Hoisting of personnel prohibited while other loads are being hoisted. 07/22/1996National
Interpretations Numerous questions related to operational aids required by various standards for cranes and derricks in construction.[1926.1416; 1926.1416(e)(5)(i); 1926.1416(e)(5)(ii); 1926.1427; 1926.1427(a)] 03/13/2012National
Directives 05/09/1980 - STD 3-12.1A - 29 CFR 1926.550(a)(15)(i) Clearance Between Electrical Power Lines and Cranes 07/16/2003National
Directives 07/15/1982 - STD 3-13.2 - 29 CFR 1926.605(a)(1) as Applied to Marine Construction 07/18/2003National
Directives 10/30/1978 - STD 3-12.2 - Uniformity in Interpretation of 29 CFR 1926.550(a)(9) 07/09/2003National
Interpretations Alloy steel chain slings must not be loaded beyond working load limit.[1926.251(b)(4); 1926.251(a)(2); 1926.550(a)(19)] 08/04/2000National
Interpretations Annual crane inspections must be conducted by a competent person; no requirement for the inspection to take place within the United States.[1926.550; 1926.550(a)(6)] 10/31/2003National
Interpretations Applicable construction standards to hydraulic cranes and derricks.[1926.550; 1910.180; 1926.550(a)(17); 1926.550(a)(15)] 05/23/2001National
Interpretations Application of construction crane standard when handling precast components [1926.1400(c)(17)(i)] 07/28/2016National
Interpretations Application of CPL 2-1.29, Interim Inspection Procedures during Communication Tower Construction Activities.[1926.550(g)(2); 1926.753(a)(4); 1926.750; 1926.550(g)] 04/25/2001National
Interpretations Cage, skip and load connections to hoist ropes.[1926.800] 08/19/1992National
Interpretations Certification and qualification requirements for mechanics, inspectors, and testers under the Cranes and Derricks in Construction standards.[1926.1400; 1926.1404; 1926.1412; 1926.1427; 1926.1429] 03/14/2012National
Interpretations Clarification as to whether operators of mobile cranes with operator cabs are subject to seat belt requirements.[1926.28(a); 1926.601; 1926.601(a); 1926.601(b)(9)] 01/27/2004National
Interpretations Clarification of OSHA requirements for dual-rated equipment meeting consensus standards for both aerial lifts and cranes [1926.1400;1926.453] 07/14/2016National
Interpretations Clarification of utility owner/operator obligation to provide voltage information.[1926.1407; 1926.1407(e); 1926.1408] 10/13/2011National
Interpretations Clarification of whether the handling of propane tanks is considered construction[1926.1400(c)(17)] 06/27/2016National
Directives Compliance Directive for the Cranes and Derricks in Construction Standard [CPL 02-01-057] 10/24/2014National
Guidance Documents Crane and Derrick Operator Qualification and Certification factsheet  National
Interpretations Crane operator certification and whether a practical test is required for re-certification.[1926.1427; 1926.1427(a); 1926.1427(j)] 08/31/2012National
Guidance Documents Crane or Derrick Suspended Personnel Platforms  National
Interpretations Crane overload tests must be performed according to the manufacturers specifications and limitations.[1926.550(a)(1)] 11/10/1993National
Interpretations Cranes and Derricks in Construction--Is installation of a burial vault a construction activity? 03/19/2013National
Guidance Documents Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Qualified Rigger Fact Sheet  National
Guidance Documents Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Signal Person Qualification Fact Sheet  National
Guidance Documents Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Assembly/Disassembly factsheet  National
Interpretations De minimis violations are not included in a citation.[1926.550(f)(1)(iv)] 01/27/1994National
Interpretations Evaluation of using a curbing system for a land crane on a barge to meet the requirements to positively secure the crane to the barge.[1926.550(f); 1926.550(f)(1)(iv)] 10/12/2004National
Interpretations Free standing/boom supported personnel hoist. 09/24/1993National
Interpretations Hoisting workers on crane load lines (boatswains' chair). 05/22/1998National
Interpretations Identification, inspection, and marking of cranes when manufacturer-supplied identifications are unavailable.[1926.550; 1926.550(a); 1926.550(a)(5); 1926.550(a)(6); 1926.550(b)(2); 1926.550(c); 1926.550(d); 1926.550(e); 1926.550(f); 1926 02/23/2004National
Interpretations Identifying the work zone when a crane works near a power line.[1926.1408; 1926.1408(a)(1); 1926.1408(a)(2)] 03/29/2012National
Interpretations Inspection of cranes used at a construction site. 02/01/1993National
Interpretations Maintaining a safe working perimeter outside a crane's swing radius.[1926.550] 03/22/1995National
Interpretations Modifications or additions to a crane without manufacturer approval where the manufacturer is still in existence.[1926.550(a)(1); 1926.550(a)(16)] 12/08/2003National
Interpretations Power Line Proximity Alarm and Insulating Link Enforcement Policy 07/23/2012National
Interpretations PPM crane repairs.[1926.550] 01/18/1995National
Interpretations Regarding assembly/disassembly and set-up used in Cranes and Derricks in Construction standard 11/05/2014National
Interpretations Regarding the determination of whether an employee may be considered a "qualified rigger"[1926.1401] 03/24/2014National
Interpretations Standards applicable to a barge - mounted stiffleg derrick engaged in the repair and maintenance of a dam site.[1926.550; 1926.605] 04/17/1996National
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